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YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development
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YNPN Pillars of Leadership Development

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Presentation given at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits' 2013 Nonprofit Summit. Presented by YNPN National in partnership with YNPN Atlanta. …

Presentation given at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits' 2013 Nonprofit Summit. Presented by YNPN National in partnership with YNPN Atlanta.

Nonprofit organizations operate under many different missions but our sector shares a common goal of building healthier, happier, more just communities. The challenges to meeting this shared goal are becoming more and more complex but the nonprofit sector is rising to meet the challenge in a number of ways. Most promising is the sector’s growing acknowledgment that nothing is more critical to reaching our shared goal than attracting and developing diverse talent. During this session we will present YNPN’s time-tested framework for cultivating leadership – particularly next generation leadership – within organizations and across the sector.

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  • LEAD: TrishProvide networking and professional development activities every day for our 40,000 membersNotes:YNPN’s value add for and personal experience of Emily & EfremAdd/Change:Photo of YNPN board?
  • LEAD: TrishProvide networking and professional development activities every day for our 40,000 membersNotes:YNPN’s value add for and personal experience of Emily & EfremAdd/Change:Photo of YNPN board?
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: TrishTrish: strong desire for engagement (what trish is seeing)Efrem: Need for a national leader, need for cohesion on thisEmily: Diversity is important
  • LEAD: TrishTrish: strong desire for engagement (what trish is seeing)Efrem: Need for a national leader, need for cohesion on thisEmily: Diversity is important
  • LEAD: Trish
  • LEAD: Trish
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    • 1. YOUR ROLE IN CULTIVATING NEXTGENERATION LEADERSHIPGCN Nonprofit Summit 2013
    • 2. *http://usa.ashoka.org/content/bill-drayton-empathy“The key factor for success for any humangrouping—be it a company, city, orcountry—will be what proportion of itspeople are skilled changemakers workingtogether in flexible teams.(It will not be technology or other traditionalsources of competitive advantage—aschange accelerates, their half-lives areshrinking year by year.)”-Bill Drayton, Founder, AshokaEnding Marginalization: Children & Empathy*
    • 3. WHO IS YNPN?3The Young Nonprofit ProfessionalsNetwork (YNPN) is a movement. We activateemerging leaders to advance a diverse andpowerful social sector.→ First chapter founded in 1997→ YNPN National incorporated in 2004→ 31 Chapters Nationwide→ 40,000+ members
    • 4. WHO IS YNPN ATLANTA?4Our goal is to provide great social and networkingevents alongside professional development that willhelp Atlanta’s young nonprofit professionals grow andthrive in their careers.→ Founded in April 2011→ More than 100 Members→ More than 20 programs each year→ Signature Programming: Mentorship Program &30 Under 30 Nonprofit Awards
    • 5. PILLARS OF YNPN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT5YNPN LEADERSHIPDEVELOPMENT
    • 6. PILLARS OF YNPN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT6YNPN LEADERSHIPDEVELOPMENTAccess totraining forspecific skills&competencies
    • 7. PILLARS OF YNPN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT7YNPN LEADERSHIPDEVELOPMENTOpportunityto exercisethose skillsAccess totraining forspecific skills&competencies
    • 8. PILLARS OF YNPN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT8YNPN LEADERSHIPDEVELOPMENTIndividualcoaching &supportOpportunityto exercisethose skillsAccess totraining forspecific skills&competencies
    • 9. PILLARS OF YNPN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT9YNPN LEADERSHIPDEVELOPMENTIndividualcoaching &supportAccess tonetworksOpportunityto exercisethose skillsAccess totraining forspecific skills&competencies
    • 10. HOW IS THIS WORKING IN GEORGIA?10
    • 11. HOW IS THIS WORKING IN GEORGIA?11Local SectorIndividuallyOrganizationally
    • 12. GREAT LOCAL RESOURCES12 YNPN Atlanta (www.ynpnatlanta.org) FoundationCenterwww.foundationcenter.org/atlanta/ Georgia Center for Nonprofits (www.gcn.org/) Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at GSU(www.aysps.gsu.edu/) For students, the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance(www.aysps.gsu.edu/pmap/nla)
    • 13. GREAT LOCAL RESOURCES13 Association of Fundraising Professionals ofGreater Atlanta (www.afpatlanta.afpnet.org/) Council of Volunteer Administrators ofMetropolitan Atlanta (www.atlantacova.org/) Urban League of Greater AtlantaEntrepreneurship Center (www.aultec.org/)
    • 14. GREAT NATIONAL RESOURCES YNPN: www.ynpn.org Building Movement Project:www.buildingmovement.org Independent Sector NGEN Program:www.independentsector.org/ngen Public Allies: www.publicallies.org National Urban Fellows: www.nuf.org Americorps Alums: www.americorpsalums.org EPIP: www.epip.org NetImpact: www.netimpact.org14
    • 15. KEEP IN TOUCH!15Trish Tchumetrish@ynpn.org@ttchumehttp://www.linkedin.com/in/trishtchumeFor information about YNPN Atlanta, contactinfo@ynpnatlanta.org@ynpnatlwww.ynpnatlanta.org

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